This is the third LP by Dekprypton Joel, "El Viborano II" is the first composition, same as the last album but this second version carries a most intense guitar and wide chords with experimental violin variations that play along over the soft rythmic parts,
for the start of it.
"El Guitri" is the whole concept in a panoramic view. Simplicity.
As if the three guitarists stand playing in a concert room, with the solos at left and right and the main chord guitar at the center of the trio.
In "Competir Para Acasalar" the creativity achieve a major technical domain and it continue forward, "Rosetón de La Guitarra", opens a beautiful topic, reserved for those who dare not to forget the strains but aim to be released from them by experimental ways such as the romantic irony of "Para Tu No, Vera" and the celebration in "Secretos de Sierra Gerez".
"I Felt Rainbow II", again a most surprising theme, the beatific climax, second version in a flamenco mood, not in folk style but gloomy enough.
"Harpia III" the third version, no violin but glamorous, yet simple and clean fingering with free jazz glimpses that orchestrates a classical tone.
Also a third version, "Penameda III", more absorbent, hypnotic in balance.
"Neptunica II" is the second version for this emotional composition now with psychadelic percussions for more cerebral stimulation, wich is needed for the listening of "Monumentus Iconoclasticus" where we can recognize the presence of our cosmic ancestors.
To elevate harvest is "Farwest Ballad" the initiation in the desert, the magical western where our roots drag their remained substance from, be aware of the best in this glorious sunshine landscapes, where vultures fly on circles while the savages ride, with no law, above them.
Time for an ephemeral tribute to "David Crosby", in memory of rock and roll.
Finally the "Kryptonite Dream" or Kryptonite for Dreamers because what doesn´t kill us only makes us stronger and if it´s real for superman then it´s real for dreamed guitars, imagined violins and sporadic percussions, all with a flamenco trajectory that will end up in fusion but not without a chill of hair-raising thrill, in the form of one Bonus Track: "City of Dreams Revisited".